|Organochlorine Has a Champion - Monoculture|
This is a compilation of ambient tracks from when I made music under the name of Monoculture during the early to mid 2000s. The project went in a bunch of different directions , eventually evolving into vinyl squeezed beat mashups, layered with melodies relying on traditional pop harmonies and hooks. But in between there and mostly towards the end I started doing stuff like this compilation. It had something to do with 1000s of really heavily processed field recordings turned into sequenced samp...
Keywords: ambient; electronic; found sound
|Myth of Always - MonoCulture|
A work composed of b-sides culled mainly from the LanwWorld sessions. Originally released on the now defunct french netlabel "Acrylik." Released 2005 Catalog#: ack 007
Keywords: nicholas eymann; monoculture; noidsoup
|MonoCulture - Smoke and Mirrors [USR-002] - MonoCulture|
Tape recorders, found sounds, cheap amps, and sampled instruments. Granular clouds bathed in tonal streams. Catharsis composed during a bout of neurosis. All tracks were produced through various means between 2003 and 2004 by Nick Eymann. The ending bits on tracks 6 and 9 were written and recorded by Teague Cullen. Thank you for listening.
|MonoCulture - Real Anarchists Cross With The Light [kpu081] - MonoCulture|
Hippocamp alumnus MonoCulture, who goes by the name of Nick Eymann in the non-digital world, is known around the net.label scene for his amazing production values interwoven with some of the tightest rhythm work and most superb melodies ever heard in the IDM genre. MonoCulture definitely doesn't disappoint on this long-tracker EP; the remarkable use of vocal samples and granulized ambiences along with the aformentioned elements brings MonoCulture's output to a whole new level.
Keywords: Electro, IDM, Experimental
Downloads: 16,774 (1 review)
|MonoCulture - Lawn World [srfc015] - MonoCulture|
'lawn world' by monoculture is surfaces' second northamerican release. this work is highly eclectic - easy synthetic melodies are interlaced with clicky rhythms, followed by low drones, oriental ambience, guitar and piano sounds, among other. all together these elements form an imaginative and complex (almost) easy listening work that is between the territories of particular styles. with its gradation of tones and moods, this album tells a story with unexpected turns for more info on (and more m...
Keywords: Ambient; Eclectic; Melodic Electronica
|MonoCulture - The Animal Economy [USR-019] - MonoCulture|
"The Animal Economy" is MonoCulture's third official album. It was created during and directly after a study abroad trip, in the latter half of 2005. Sound sources were drawn from countless hours of field recordings harvested in Hiroshima, and from a stack of cheap vinyl purchased at a crusty thrift store in Phoenix, Arizona. On this release, MonoCulture veers away from IDM, into the genre of instrumental HipHop...
Downloads: 28,157 (2 reviews)
|MonoCulture - A Remarkable Apparatus [USR-014] - MonoCulture|
Monoculture sends forth his 7th release "A Remarkable Apparatus," on Urban Sprawl Records. 5 new slices of modern IDM, akin to the frenetic work on his last album. Saccharine sweet melodies accompanied by hip-hop percussion.